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'Will never bow down before BJP and RSS', says RJD supremo Lalu Yadav | India News

‘Won’t ever bow down earlier than BJP and RSS’, says RJD supremo Lalu Yadav | Information

Patna: RJD chief Lalu Prasad, who participated in a celebration programme after a very long time on Wednesday, mounted a powerful assault towards the BJP, terming it “a celebration of rioters”. “BJP is a celebration of rioters and each celebration bowed down earlier than it however I by no means did until now. I guarantee you that Lalu Prasad Yadav won’t ever bow down earlier than them. I’ll not get jail if I bow down earlier than them. I went to jail however by no means compromised with them,” he mentioned whereas addressing the celebration employees throughout the Rajya Parishad assembly at RJD`s head workplace positioned at Veerchand Patel Path right here.

“I’ve an previous enmity with BJP and RSS. The leaders of those two organisations tried laborious to make me bow down earlier than them however I by no means did it up to now and won’t do it in future. Bihar CM Nitish Kumar is engaged on the unity of opposition events within the nation and we are going to defeat BJP within the 2024 Lok Sabha election,” he added.

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He additionally mentioned that when he was the Chief Minister of Bihar, he sed to go to the huts of poor individuals and ask for meals. “Our poor sisters cooked meals like maize chapatis and greens for me and provided it to me. That was the type of relationship I’ve with the poor individuals of this state and the nation. Everybody lived in brotherhood at the moment,” Lalu Prasad mentioned.

“When the Mahagathbandhan authorities fashioned underneath the management of Nitish Kumar in Bihar, BJP leaders had been levelling prices of Jungle Raj. They solely have the ambition to interrupt the federal government. This time, we is not going to give them any alternative to query the federal government,” he added.

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